Last year, an incredible movement called for #KidsOffNauru. Last weekend, it happened!
Erin Martine Sessions, from our Domestic & Family Violence team, reports on progress being made in the prevention of Domestic and Family Violence.
Over the last decade, Ann Van Leerdam has been attending Survival Day marches and festivals that have deeply shaped how she now approaches January 26.
Young Aboriginal Christian Leader Bianca Manning reflects on the deeply moving experience at the #ChangeTheHeart Prayer Services as they begin across the country.
Erin Martine Sessions, our new Domestic Violence Team Lead, writes about equipping Christian Leaders to prevent and respond to domestic and family violence.
Chris De Souza shares his journey learning about the history of January 26 from Aboriginal Christian leaders, and impact within his neighbourhood and beyond.
On Christmas Day and the final post in our Advent series, Natalie Williams searches for a new spirituality of waiting.
Stevie Wills was strangled by the umbilical cord at birth. She shares her journey of connecting with her living and letting go of the fear of death.
This Advent, Jessica Smith invites us to dance.
Josh Dowton celebrates how being significantly insignificant can (and did) change everything.
Conspiracy, prophecy, promise, danger, hope and joy. David Barrow reflects on Mary's revolutionary song.
Hwvar Khoshnow acknowledges the heavy weight of fear, and lightness of hope in the promise of its passing.
Rev Charissa Suli loves a good Christmas tune, but invites us to sing anew the deeper songs of hope in a broken world.
Brooke Prentis reflects on the highs and lows of the year that’s been, and calls us deeper into friendship marked by courage, not fear.
Pastor Ray Minniecon explores the disruption of Joseph as he learns of Mary’s pregnancy with Jesus, and considers his options.
When confronted with the reality of our climate crisis, Jason John urges us that our response needs to be faith in action, not helpless fear.